Blackjack Remastered is our thrilling take on the popular Vegas casino game.
Blackjack Remastered – How to Play
Bet sizes in Blackjack Remastered range from $1 to $1,000.
Draw a hand value close to 21 to beat the dealer.
Continue drawing cards – known as hitting – until you hit 21 or as close to it as you can.
Hit Blackjack by getting an Ace and a 10 or picture card with your first two cards.
If you don’t wany any more cards, choose to stand.
You go bust if you are dealt a card that takes your value above 21. This means a loss despite what the dealer receives.
On hands with a value of 16 or below, the dealer has to draw. On a hand with a value of 17 or above, they have to stand.
Blackjack 21s (Ace and a 10 or a picture card) beat non-Blackjack 21s.
Aces can have a value of one or 11, whichever value helps your hand the most.
Cards from two to nine are face value, and 10 and the picture cards (Jacks, Queens, Kings) are worth 10.
Split and increase your hand to two if you receive two cards with the same value.
To do this, you must place a bet equal to the original bet on the second hand.
It’s not a Blackjack if you split two Aces and receive a card with a value of 10.
If the dealer hits Blackjack, the hand above (two split Aces and card with a value of 10) will lose.
Split your hand three times for four hands in Blackjack Remastered.
Aces can only be split once.
Double Down makes it possible to double your original wager.
You receive an extra card and decide if it’s dealt face up or face down.
With Blackjack Remastered, you can double down on any two cards regardless of their total.
You can also double down after you split your starting hand.
Purchase insurance at half the price of your original wager if the dealer’s first card is an Ace.
If the dealer then hits Blackjack, the insurance pays out at 2:1 and the original wager is lost.
If the dealer doesn’t hit Blackjack, you lose your insurance bet, and the game continues as normal.
Use the Surrender feature to walk away from your hand after it’s been dealt.
You lose half your original wager if you choose this option.
Return to Player
Return to Player (RTP): 99.64%.
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take $100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out $99.64 of wins.